|Actor||Neil Brown Jr.|
|Age||Late 20s to early 30s|
|Occupation||Custodian For Atlanta Nursing Home/Gang Ringleader|
|Last Appearance||"Vatos" (Status unknown)|
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Guillermo "G" is the head of the Vatos group gang and the custodian of the nursing home in Atlanta, Georgia. He appears as a tough, no-nonsense thug but only acts on best intentions for his people, which includes a handful of elderly and helpless folks. He evidently is intelligent and able to speak English quite well, spitting out such lines as "I don't think you fully appreciate the gravity of the situation."
Before the outbreak, Guillermo lived in Atlanta and was working as a custodian at the nursing home. He and another nurse named Felipe were friends and spent their days looking after the elderly in the nursing home. However, once the outbreak occurred and people began turning into walkers, all the nurses and doctors ran away, abandoning the seniors and leaving them to die. Guillermo and Felipe decided to stay behind and take care of them.
Guillermo is mentioned by Miguel as the boss of the gang and takes Rick to him. Guillermo is well protected with a gang of tough-looking men. Guillermo has Glenn hostage, demanding for "his" bag of guns back, along with Miguel, otherwise Glenn would be killed, revealing Glenn to be tied up on the roof. He warns that Rick better come back, with his demands met, or "locked and loaded". Rick, T-Dog, and Daryl return, armed and ready for a fight. During this second encounter with the Vatos gang, an old woman trudges into the garage, calling Felipe for help. On seeing the armed newcomers, she warns them against harming Guillermo, who is a "good boy" and bids them to follow her when Rick tells her that they are just there for Glenn. Soon, Rick realizes that the building is filled with elderly patients. He pulls Guillermo aside and berates him for his behavior, saying that they weren't bluffing and were ready to kill. Guillermo echoes their commitment, saying that someone had to take care of these people after the nursing home staff abandoned them, leaving him, the head custodian, and Felipe, a nurse, behind. The rest of the gang members and some of the family members who came looking for their relatives stayed voluntarily to look after them as well. It seems Guillermo took charge and decided to watch out for his people and protect the food and medicine, and he saw that the guns would have been a good asset to the large group. Rick donates half of his guns and ammo before bidding farewell to Guillermo and his people.
Non-Canon: Originally, this episode was supposed to feature the return of the Vatos. After the CDC explodes, Rick's group was going to head to the Vatos shelter as a place to rest. Upon arrival, they would have found it overrun by walkers, although many of the inhabitants had gunshot wounds to the head of unknown origin. The group would then kill some of the walkers, before taking back the guns they gave them, and continuing on to Fort Benning. The sequence was cut but some of the scenes can be seen in the Season 2 Trailer.
This list shows the victims Guillermo has killed:
- Possibly numerous counts of zombies and unnamed people.
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Guillermo is the leader of the group residing in the Atlanta Nursing Home and is keeping Abuela, Mr. Gilbert, and the rest of the elderly people safe and well-supplied. When Rick, Daryl, and T-Dog go into the nursing home armed, Guillermo warns Felipe to move Abuela to safety, showing he at least cares about her well-being.
Guillermo is the leader of the group staying in the Atlanta Nursing Home and is keeping Abuela, Mr. Gilbert and the rest of the elderly people safe and well supplied.
- 104. "Vatos"
- Originally, Neil Brown Jr. was just an extra but the producers eventually decided the Nursing Home survivors needed a leader. 
- Guillermo was supposed to be an infected walker at the overrun nursing home. However, this scene was cut out of Season 2, leaving his official status as unknown.